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New Tool Predicts Deadly Form of Rare Cancer

BWH investigators are now one step closer to developing a clinical tool to accurately determine which early-stage mycosis fungoides patients are at risk of dying from the disease and which are likely to only require conventional therapy.

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BWH Innovators, App Developers Add Human Touch to Digital Health

BWH patient Jonathan Potter was initially skeptical of digital health apps and their claims to transform people’s wellness. However, after he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, he was willing to try almost anything to feel better. 

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BWH Experts Explore Role of Hormones and Health Outcomes in Women

Hormones have a significant influence on a woman’s health and well-being throughout her lifetime. While much is known about how hormones work, the exact ways they affect health and organ systems are far less understood.

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Save the Date: Employee Service Awards, June 6

The BWH community is invited to attend the 38th annual Employee Service Awards ceremony on Wednesday, June 6, starting at 2 p.m., in the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School. Each year, the ceremony honors employees who have worked at the hospital in increments of five years.

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